Americana Highways brings you this premiere track of Clay Bank’s “What’s a Man in Love to Do?” from their upcoming release Road Signs and Highways produced by Aaron Ramsey (with Mark Hodges executive producer) and recorded at Mountain Fever Studios in Willis, VA. “What’s a Man in Love to Do” is Zack Arnold on lead and harmony vocals & mandolin, Jacob Greer on guitar, Jason Davis on banjo, Jamie Harper on fiddle, and Kameron Keller on bass.
With its “from the moment I saw your face…” Clay Bank opens an earnest love song balancing bittersweet sorrow and beautiful acoustic arrangements. Road Signs and Highways is delightful chukka chukka bass lines over shimmering harmonies, with an enthusiastic nod to gospel in the mix.
Josh Miller and Andy Williams got together to co-write a few years ago, and “What’s a Man in Love to Do” was the product. The song was originally slated for an album by Still-House, a band that included our good friend Kevin McKinnon, as well as our fiddle player, Jamie Harper. Unfortunately, that album never came out – and, when we went into the studio to record Road Signs and Highways, Kevin brought “What’s a Man in Love to Do” back to our attention. We’re so glad he did! We really enjoy this cool story song, and it quickly became one of our favorites. — Kameron Keller
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